England's World Cup 2022 winning squad (2)

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Joe Hart (Manchester City, 35)

Despite being a veteran by 2022, Joe Hart would be the same age as Gianluigi Buffon is now. By the time he reaches the grand old age of 35, Hart should have found a maturity and consistency that he has been lacking in recent performances. With the potential to be a world class goalkeeper, Joe Hart will provide solidity and experience to England's defence.

Jack Butland (Stoke City, 29)

Currently behind Asmir Begovic at Stoke City, Jack Butland's youth means he should be just reaching his peak as this World Cup comes around. A ready and capable replacement for Joe Hart, he will be ready to take the England number one jersey from Hart after the 2022 tournament.

Jonathan Bond (Watford, 29)

Another 'keeper with potential, Watford's Bond has proven himself in a tough and physical English Championship. Still one for the future, Bond could be pushing Butland to be Hart's main understudy.

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